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It took 37 minutes for a second phone alert to be issued across the state

Panic in Hawaii as Civil Defense issues alert for ‘inbound ballistic missile threat’ which told


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Panic spread through the state of Hawaii on Saturday morning when residents received a phone alert for an ‘inbound ballistic missile threat’ that was accidentally sent out by Civil Defense but which was not corrected for the best part of an hour.

Scores of confused residents tweeted screenshots of the warnings after receiving the alert at 8.07 local time.—More…


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